I’m flying back and forth across the room doing cartwheels! Well strictly speaking in my mind as I’m one of those people totally, absolutely hopeless at all forms of sport (so bad I’ve caused injuries to others).
Gabriela has been a loyal supporter of all my sites from almost the very beginning when I was just a podcaster. She has always provided encouragement and shared information with me and lots of other edubloggers.
Translating Other Languages
I’ve spent hours searching, without luck, for a free online translator for Romanian without luck.
Fortunately Gabriela recently discovered that Google Translate now translates more languages including Romanian. Now I can easily read her blog and repay all her support she has given me over the years — please take the time to visit Gabriela’s blog and say hi (you can even use Google Translate to write a comment in Romanian).
I’ve now added their Google Translate widget to my right side bar to make it easier to read my posts in words other than English as I have many readers that English is not their main language. I feel really bad that as an English speaker we expect people who speak other languages to read our language.
For some reason Google Translate didn’t include Aussie slang! WT? But the good news is you can:
- Translate any website into Aussie slang using the Aussie Translator (for all those wannabe Aussies)
- Translate Aussie slang words using the Australian Slang Dictionary (for those times when I accidentally talk my language)
- Find out more about Aussie Culture here and then practice for the Aussie Citizenship test (but be careful — you may get sent to Woop Woop if you get too many answers wrong!)
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